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  • subhash naik
    When we meditate,the central power we have remains in force.It disperses the owerwhelming clouds which are greatly fried up by its force,only can abhyasi can
    Message 1 of 6 , Apr 3, 2005
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      When we meditate,the central power we have remains in force.It disperses the
      owerwhelming clouds which are greatly fried up by its force,only can abhyasi can fell
      it.Thias can only be known practically.You will soon find yourself swimming in
      everlasting peace and hapiness.Everything ends here.There is no attachment with
      the world.The mind is disciplined. It is automatically regulated Senses begain to
      come under control,and you gain mastery over them.To master yourself means to
      master Nature.When the passage becomes clear you feel the Natue's work within
      your bounds and limits,rather you begain to work yourself.
      (From the Efficacy of Raja Yoga by RAMCANDRA)
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    • subhash naik
      What is Meditation? Meditation is the ancient art of inner contemplation, of regulating the mind in order to uncover the true inner Self, which is Divine.
      Message 2 of 6 , Jun 13, 2005
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        What is Meditation?

        Meditation is the ancient art of inner contemplation, of regulating the mind in
        order to uncover the true inner Self, which is Divine.

        Why Meditate?

        In materially developed nations, little value is placed on spiritual growth, while
        a great deal of emphasis is placed on physical and material aspects of
        human existence. This imbalance lies at the root of many of the ills currently
        afflicting our societies.

        People require both spiritual and material sustenance to live in harmony.
        Neglect of either one can spell disaster on the personal, familial, social and
        global levels.

        What is Sahaj Marg?

        Sahaj Marg, meaning the Natural Path, or the Simple Way, is the ancient Raja
        Yoga, simplified and modified for people of today's world. The practice is
        simple and without rituals or ceremonies. It is centered on the heart. The
        power of the mind is used to reach the spiritual goal of complete oneness with
        the Ultimate - God.

        Sahaj Marg does not promise powers, or financial success, or better health,
        etc. The only promise and purpose of Sahaj Marg is spiritual evolution.

        The practice of Sahaj Marg integrates the physical, mental and spiritual
        aspects of
        the human being, while still encouraging people to maintain a normal family
        and working life.

        What Does the Practice Consist Of?

        The daily practice of Sahaj Marg consists of an hour of meditation in the
        morning before the day begins, a half-hour of cleaning practice in the evening
        after the day's activities are complete, and a short prayer at bedtime.

        Weekly attendance at group meditation and regular individual meditations
        with a preceptor also form part of the practice.

        After practicing the system for a time and receiving the benefit of transmission,
        a person begins to feel a state of calmness and inner peace. This is the first
        stage of the spiritual journey.

        What is Transmission?

        An essential and unique feature of Sahaj Marg is the transmission of divine
        energy from the Master to the aspirant.

        This long-lost technique, called Pranahuti in Sanskrit, was rediscovered by
        the Grand Master of the system, late in the last century. The Master, who is
        himself merged with the Ultimate, is thus able to transmit the spiritual essence
        into the deepest level of the aspirant's heart.



        Who is the Master?

        There is a need for a living realized Master to effectively train an aspirant in
        spirituality. It is for the aspirant to read, associate and accept a Master.

        The present living Master of the Sahaj Marg system is Shri Parthasarathi
        Rajagopalachari of Madras, India. He is the President of Shri Ram Chandra
        Mission. He works for the spiritual benefit of all, and travels to centers both in
        and outside India as well as welcoming those visiting him in Madras. He is
        assisted by some individuals called preceptors, whom he has permitted to
        transmit to aspirants.

        What is Shri Ram Chandra Mission?

        Sahaj Marg is taught and practiced worldwide through the organization of
        Shri Ram Chandra Mission. It is a non-profit organization with branches in
        many parts of the world. The Mission was established in 1945 by Shri Ram
        Chandra of Shahjahanpur, U.P., India, and was named in honor of his Master,
        the Grand Master of the system who also had the same name.

        How to Start the Practice?

        Training in Sahaj Marg is free of charge, and is open to all over eighteen
        years of age. The only qualification is a genuine and abiding interest in
        spiritual growth and the willingness to participate.

        To begin the practice of Sahaj Marg it is necessary to receive introductory
        meditation sittings from a preceptor.

        For more information on the system and to begin the practice, please contact
        the center nearest you. Main international and local centers are listed in this
        brochure.


        "God is simple, and therefore the way to Him must also be simple.

        God has hidden Himself inside your heart and exposed you. Hide yourself
        and expose God."
        - Shri Ram Chandra


        "Remember, you are not only a tenant of this house, you are a tenant in this
        body itself. Prepare your next residence, before you leave this. Otherwise, you
        will be a houseless person, with nowhere to go."
        - Shri P. Rajagopalachari
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